mifralu: Olimpbase http://www.olimpbase.org/playersx/e...
has Alfrēds Krūmiņš in Munich 1936, but it should be < Edgars Roberts Krūmiņš >
Edgars Roberts Krūmiņš
In 1926 he graduated from the 2nd Riga Gymnasium. In 1929 he entered the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Latvia, which he graduated in 1935 . In the 1936/37 academic year, he was a mathematics teacher at a secondary school in the Latvian city of Cesvaine  .
In the early 1930s. moved to the number of the strongest Latvian chess players. The biggest success is the 3rd place in the championship of Latvia in 1934 (after the winners Fritz Apseniek and Vladimir Petrov). For this success, Krumins was awarded the title of Latvian chess master. He was the fifth chess player after Herman Matison, Apseniek, Petrova and Moshvy Feigin, who received this honorary title.
Represented the national team of Latvia at the largest team chess tournaments:
in the 1935 Chess Olympiad (spare);
in the informal chess Olympiad in 1936 (4th board) .
< Many chess editions (including the Internet portals www.olimpbase.org, www.chessgames.com) incorrectly stated that it was not Edgar who participated in chess competitions, but his brother Alfred Krumins (1911-1980), who also chess player . >
In the late 1930s, Edgar Krumins fell ill and moved away from an active chess life. The last known tournament with his participation - the championship of Riga in 1940, in which he divided 11-12 places. There is no reliable information about his future.